Melbourne on Saturday: Back at the deportation hotel. The top tennis player Novak Djokovic already knows this situation. Because when he entered Australia a few days ago, Djokovic was refused his visa. However, a judge found procedural errors. The 34-year-old was then able to enter the country and train for the first major tennis tournament of the year. On Friday, however, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke canceled the visa of the Serb, who had not been vaccinated against Covid-19. He justified this with a public interest in Australia and health protection. According to federal law, only vaccinated people are allowed to enter Australia. Djokovic’s lawyers, on the other hand, want to continue to prevent the impending expulsion of the world number one and immediately lodged an objection. The hearing is scheduled to take place on Sunday. The Australian Open starts on Monday. The dispute has been attracting international attention for days and has also led to diplomatic tensions between Australia and Serbia. In addition, the global debate about rights for the unvaccinated picked up speed. Djokovic is considered a vaccination skeptic and had entered the country with a special permit because he had recently recovered.